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n South African Journal of Criminal Justice - International criminal law : a selected case : case reviews

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Abstract

Proceedings in the first trial before the International Criminal Court have been stayed on grounds of non-disclosure of exculpatory evidence by the Office of the Prosecutor, in circumstances described by the Trial Chamber as a 'wholesale and serious abuse'. On 13 June 2008, the judges of Trial Chamber I - Sir Adrian Fulford (United Kingdom), Elizabeth Odio Benito (Costa Rica) and René Blattmann (Bolivia) - rendered their 44-page ('the Decision').

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2008-01-01
2016-12-08
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